Chiswick Poster

Chiswick Poster is designed for the largest sizes, of 80 point and above, for headlines in magazines, for posters, for shop signs, or anywhere else a seriffed letter with distinction and refinement is needed. An early version of Chiswick served as the primary display typeface in the  2010 redesign of O, The Oprah Magazine by Robert Priest and Grace Lee, where its beautiful forms, particularly in the Poster size, gave a breezy opulence to feature openers and section heads. The character set has been greatly expanded; small capitals, a variety of figures, and many alternates, swash forms, and other typographic details are included in all sizes.